Written in 2002 for the Cantus Ensemble, it was premiered at the Berlin's KONZERTHAUS in 2002, by the Cantus Encemble, conducted by the author, during the Days of Croatian Culture in Germany.
It is the first piece in the series that the composer is writing, all of them in the frame of chamber ensemble : Tan Hetti is written for 2 quintets, but for the 23rd Music Biennale Zagreb, in 2003, the composer has written a second piece in the series, Tin Hatti, for six instruments ( flute, clarinett, violin, cello, included one percussions, piano and electronics). Soon is going out the 3rd piece in taht series, under the title Ten Hotti, as well for the chamber ensemble, but this time the two quintets will be enlarged by solo bass clarinet, drum set, solo sax, electric guitar and piano, making the ensemble of 13 instruments……
The music in this series is a part of composers new and growing interest for the chamber ensembles, starting in 2001, with the 1st String Quartet(From The Book Of Forgotten Words)…..
Tan Hetti is exploring the regions which are on the opposite and distant sides ;
Soloist – Group
Color – Modes
Mood(s) – Virtuosity
Tranquillity – Restlessnes
It is ment that once all pieces should be played each one after another, making though a big form.